Construction continues to move along at a great pace and we’re slated for an on-time delivery of the building. The construction team has finished pouring concrete for all floors and the front section of the building has been completely framed out. Exterior vapor barriers are being installed and windows are going in sections of the building.
During this current phase of construction, the need to utilize the sidewalk in front of the 101 YORK project site for construction activity continues.
Beginning the week of May 6th, 2019, mobilization will begin to install a protected pedestrian pathway in the southbound lane of York Road in front of the 101 YORK project site. This pathway will consist of concrete barriers with fencing and lighting, and will encompass the same area which has been blocked with cones. No additional area will be blocked. In this way, pedestrians will be able to utilize the west side of York Road instead of being diverted to the east side of York Road. We anticipate this pathway will remain for approximately the following 9 months.
We will continue to communicate any changes that may affect traffic or pedestrian patterns and thank you for your patience.
The construction related to the 101 YORK project on the west side of York Road just north of the intersection with Bosley/Burke Avenues is underway and currently involves a partial sidewalk closure requiring pedestrians to use the sidewalk on the east side of York Road.
The construction activity also involves vehicular traffic pattern changes, including a partial lane closure in front of the project site. We encourage vehicles to avoid, where possible, utilizing the southbound section of York Road between Bosley/Burke Avenues and Towsontown Boulevard, and most importantly we request pedestrians take care to follow the signage instructions and cross York Road at the cross-walks at the signalized intersections. If anyone has any questions or concerns, feel free to use the contact form below.
We will continue to keep the University community updated as the activity progresses and thank you for your cooperation and patience.